New Book by Dr. Artika R. Tyner sets the Benchmark for Being Inclusive Leaders

St. Paul, MN – April 13, 2021 – The long-awaited new book by Dr. Artika R. Tyner, “The Inclusive Leader: Taking Intentional Action for Justice and Equity,” is now available. People ranging from educators to business owners are searching for practical ways to become more inclusive and effective leaders. Tyner’s book is an effective guide and blueprint for becoming an inclusive leader for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

“Dr. Tyner’s book is at once an effective wake-up call, a strong cup of coffee to get people moving, and a set of clear, concise calendar prompts to help them move in the right strategic directions,” said Resmaa Menakem, New York Times best-selling author of “My Grandmother’s Hands.”

The book is available for purchase at the bookstore of the Planting People Growing Justice Press and Bookstore. The book’s foreword is written by Miguel Ramos, Senior Director of Diversity & Inclusion Strategy for the Minnesota Twins.

“Inclusive leaders must take steps to create an environment where everyone can succeed, not just during a certain day or week or month but each and every day,” said Ramos.

Miguel Ramos, Sr. Director of Diversity & Inclusion Strategy for the Minnesota Twins Baseball Club

Inclusive leadership is far more than a means of recognizing ethnic, cultural, and gender differences. It’s essential for attracting the brightest and most innovative minds to create solutions that will meet business, economic, and social challenges now and in the future. Tyner provides her Leadership Framework for Action™ that is rooted in DEI principles. It addresses unconscious and implicit bias and fosters honest discussions.

Tyner covers the four essential stages for being an inclusive leader, beginning with the intrapersonal. It’s a journey of self-discovery that examines the beliefs, customs, practices, and values that influence the individual. Stage two is the interpersonal in which individuals learn how to build authentic relationships with others.

The third stage is organizational. Readers will discover how to establish strategic outcomes and promote equity within a variety of situations and environments. The final stage deals with societal changes and developing durable and sustainable solutions. This stage recognizes an inclusive leader is an innovator and committed to the betterment of society.

Dr. Artika R.  Tyner, Founder, Planting People Growing Justice

“The Inclusive Leader: Taking Intentional Action for Justice and Equity” by Dr. Artika R. Tyner provides an in-depth look at the qualities of an inclusive leader, provides practical methods, and is an effective road map for success. Tyner sets the benchmark for inclusive leaders, providing actionable items and the tools they need to be change agents and champions of justice for everyone.

About Dr. Artika Tyner

Dr. Artika Tyner is the founder of Planting People Growing Justice® Leadership Institute. She’s a passionate educator, author, and advocate for justice. An engaging speaker and dynamic presenter on leadership, civil rights, diversity, and social justice topics, Dr. Tyner has helped audiences and organizations across the globe gain new tools for leading social change. Her goal is to teach, educate, and inspire.

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